Monday, August 17, 2009

A 'Beautifully Imperfect' Video

This small video clip is a reminder that amid our imperfections, there are elements of beauty. Love overcomes all. In love, we shall all be overcomers. The intent of the commercial is to encourage more marriages, especially geared toward those who are 'waiting' for a perfect partner. This is not new, as the Singapore government has been actively encouraging marriages (and children!) among the educated portion of the population. Having said that, I think the clips are not only well done, but should speak direct to the perennial perfectionists among us, that we learn to accept one another as we all are. We all have our faults. Some can be corrected. Others not. The key is to know the difference, by creating a mood of discernment and understanding: Unconditional love. (Direct link here or see the embedded clip below. )

This TV commercial clip was made by Singapore's 'National Family Council' (website). Created by the late Ms Yasmin Ahmad, the video is brilliantly clear and emotionally engaging. The official condolence and tribute is here. I too, appreciate the contribution and life of Yasmin, and the 'Beautifully Imperfect' movement that has begun.


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